Nearly Departed is an American sitcom that aired on NBC on Monday nights from April 10, 1989 to May 1, 1989.
The Cara Williams Show is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from September 18,1964 to April 15, 1965. The series centers on a married couple who has to keep their relationship secret because the company for which they work prohibit staff couples.
Digby is in the Dog House - literally - and none too thrilled about it. Why should he be? After all, he is a police detective, or was... until a car accident transported his brain, voice and personality into Spot the dog. Digby makes for one wisecracking, opinionated St. Bernard who has a unique perspective on humans.
British sitcom about a role reversed married couple.
The High Life is an American sitcom television series that aired from November 9 until December 18, 1996.
Trial and Error is an American sitcom that aired from March 15 to March 29, 1988. The series stars Eddie Velez and Paul Rodriguez as two Latino roommates living in Los Angeles.
Man of the People is an American sitcom starring James Garner that aired from September 15, 1991 to July 13, 1992.
Anthony Newley stars as an actor who walks off the set of a banal sit-com and into a fantasy world of his own imagination in this surreal odyssey through one man's personal alternative reality.
Plus One is a British sitcom that aired on Channel 4 from January 9 to February 6, 2009. The series stars Daniel Mays as Rob Black, a man trying to find the perfect date to outshine his ex-girlfriend on her wedding day.
Karen is one of three NBC sitcoms set in a California apartment complex located at 90 Bristol Court. It stars Don Galloway as Tom and Joyce Bulifant as Mary Gentry, a newlywed couple sharing an apartment with Tom's best friend, Dick Moran, played by Steve Franken.
First Impressions is a sitcom that aired on CBS from August 27, 1988 to October 1, 1988. It stars Brad Garrett as Frank Dutton, the owner of an advertising agency in Omaha, Nebraska and a divorced father starting to date again.
The series follows Barbara Palermo, a frustrated writer, and Pedro Guerra, a grumpy cop. Barbara and Peter met in high school when Barbara fell in love with him. She was an ugly, insecure girl who had always dreamed of being a great writer, while Pedro was a handsome guy, volleyball player, and flirtatious. After high school, each went their own way and they never met. Barbara eventually became a great writer, but under the pseudonym Paloma Paz, and sold hundreds of newsstand books. Pedro dreamed of joining the Brazilian volleyball team, but after an accident, his career went into decline, and he became a lonely and very closed man. The two meet again when an unexpected event involves both of them.
The Tony Danza Show is an American sitcom starring Tony Danza, Majandra Delfino, Dean Stockwell, Ashley Malinger, María Canals, and Shaun Weiss that aired on NBC in 1997. The series aired 5 episodes before being cancelled, leaving 7 episodes unaired.
The Trouble with Larry is an American sitcom that aired from August 25, 1993 to September 8, 1993 on CBS. It starred Bronson Pinchot as Larry Burton, a man returning home to Syracuse after being presumed dead for many years.
My Guys is an American sitcom that aired on CBS in March 1996. The series centered on Sonny DeMarco, a widower living in Manhattan trying to raise his two boys. CBS cancelled the series after two episodes.
Kenny Conway is a petty criminal from a family of petty criminals, who, after a recent spell in prison, has decided to go straight.
The Bob Crane Show is an American situation comedy that aired on NBC. The series starred Bob Crane as Bob Wilcox, a man in his 40s who quits his job as an insurance salesman to return to medical school. The series co-starred Patricia Harty as his wife Ellie Wilcox, who becomes the family's breadwinner while Bob is in school. After initial delays, the series debuted on March 6, 1975. The Bob Crane Show performed poorly in the Nielsen ratings and was canceled after 13 weeks.
One of the Boys is an American television sitcom that aired on NBC from January to April 1982. Starring Mickey Rooney, Dana Carvey, Nathan Lane, and Scatman Crothers. TV Guide ranked it number 24 on its TV Guide's 50 Worst Shows of All Time list in 2002.
Casanova '73 was a short-lived British sitcom broadcast on BBC1 in 1973. It was written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson and starred Leslie Phillips as Henry Newhouse.
Sai de Baixo is a Brazilian sitcom that first aired on Rede Globo.
It followed the lives of the members of a dysfunctional family, their maid and the doorman of the apartment building in which they lived.
It ran for 7 seasons, from 1996 to 2002, on Sunday nights after the newsmagazine Fantastico. That means that it always aired after 10 o'clock p.m., which was necessary given the show's heavy language and sexual innuendos. In 2000, however, the premiere of a new reality show shifted the program to the 11:30 p.m. slot, which lasted for about four months. After that the timeslot varied almost monthly, which started to hurt ratings. At one time, the show was airing around 12:30 a.m., which is considered the beginning of the "wasteland" of late night programming in Brazilian television, with fewer viewers and, therefore, fewer sponsors.
The show was hailed as a "breath of fresh air" in Brazilian TV comedy, given its innovative format and funny, smart stories. It was also considered the "lifeline" of Sunday night programming in Brazilian network television. This status did not last until the very end though. The show is considered to have jumped the shark around its 5th season, and was supposedly kept on the air only because Globo TV had nothing to replace it with. Towards the end, ratings had plummeted and the show had slid to what was called a "vulgar version" of its original, groundbreaking style.